"The best life is for the one,

who turns towards light,

and sheds light to others." Zarathustra

Good Thoughts

Good Words

​Good Deeds

"Come, come, whoev​er you are.

Wanderer, worshiper, lover of leaving. It

doesn't matter. Ours is not a caravan of

despair. come, even if you have broken

your vows a thousand times. Come, yet

again , come , come." Rumi

Le Trio Joubran: Masar


Come , come whoever you are regardless of your gender, ethnicity,

skin colour, religion, sexual orientation, age, or social class.

Zarathustra's arms are open to everyone. We are all the same in

spirit (God). However, we are different in forms.

Like the different colours of a rainbow that come from the same sunbeam,

humans are also come from the same

Devine's light (spirit) despite our external differences.

Don't get deceived by our external differences to determine who you are.

Look within and connect with the same beam that unites us all.

How can a colour of the rainbow be more superior than the others?

 "The Essences are each a separate Glass

Through which the Sun of Being's Light is passed.

Each tinted fragment Sparkles in the Sun

A thousand colors but the Light is One." Jami


Humans are not born to creep and to crawl on Earth like caterpillars. 

We are born to transform into butterflies. 

We have not been sent here to be punished. Our life on Earth is like being at the university. We are here to be transformed as a caterpillar (human) to a butterfly (Faravashi- the True Self). Did we fulfil our task at this university? Or, did we waste our time? Did we really "kill the time'' or the time was killing us? We shall see when our time comes. 

Zarathustra  (Zoroaster) did not bring a religion to us. He showed humanity a map in order for us to have a more conscious, loving, balanced, and peaceful life on Earth. His message does not belong to any particular ethnicity, nation, or sect. His message is universal. His teaching is very inclusive to all humanity. He is not exclusive to anyone. Everyone is welcomed to him. It doesn't matter if one is an atheist, Jewish, Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, or Hindu. The importance is for a person to practice three basic principles in daily life: Good Thoughts, Good Words, and Good Deeds. What one thinks, says, or does are based on one's consciousness and wisdom (God), or based on ignorance. 

Good does not mean to be a "goodie good doer." Good means to be wise and conscious in our thoughts, words, and deeds. Good means to obtain wisdom according to Zarathustra. The Wise Lord Ahura Mazda has given humans the freedom of choice. We are free to choose between: wisdom or ignorance.  What a person chooses between these two  principles would determine who a person is. That is all. 

“Mazda” comes from Ahura Mazda, the god of harmony, intelligence and wisdom from the earliest civilization in West Asia. Key members of Toyo Kogyo interpreted Mazda as a symbol of the beginning of the East and the West civilization, but also a symbol of the automotive civilization and culture. Striving to make a contribution to world peace and to be a light in the automotive industry."

A Story Behind the Name of “Mazda” 


 "One of the most important things to understand about humans is that we are asleep. Even while we think we are awake, We are not. Our wakefulness is very fragile; Our wakefulness is so tiny it doesn’t matter at all. Our wakefulness is only a beautiful name, but utterly empty.

We sleep in the night, we sleep in the day; from birth to death we go on changing our patterns of sleep, but we are never really awake. Just by opening our eyes, we can't fool ourselves that we are awake. Unless the inner eye opens, unless our inside becomes full of light, unless we can see ourselves, who we are, don’t think that we are awake. "  Osho

Freddie Mercury

The talented and innovative singer of rock music (Queen), 

proudly expressed his Zoroastrian roots throughout his life

"As well, one could well argue that the cosmic battle between the Light and Dark sides of the Force in Star Wars has, quite ostensibly, Zoroastrianism written all over it."

The obscure religion that shaped the West, BBC Culture 2017